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Joan Halifax in Being with Dying In being with dying, we arrive at the natural crucible
Joan Halifax in The Fruitful Darkness Would birds sing more if they knew we were listening.
Joan Halifax in The Fruitful Darkness Lakota spiritual activity is for all beings
Joan Halifax in Being with Dying Our entire culture looks upon pain as an enemy
Joan Halifax in Being with Dying I have encountered great compassion in dying people
Joan Halifax in Being with Dying If we explore pain as sensation
Joan Halifax in The Fruitful Darkness Loneliness is the teacher of giving
Joan Halifax in Being with Dying You harm yourself when you neglect your own needs
Dying Offers four profound reminders of what to do during the dying process.
Joan Halifax in Being with Dying Deep listening means listening in tolerance